Sterling, manufacturers partner to promote real sector investments
Sterling Bank Plc, in collaboration with Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN) and SpintelligentPty and Clarion Events Limited, is in partnership to support the manufacturing sector....
Bank restates support for financial inclusion
Fidelity Bank Plc has restated its support to bridge the housing challenge in country, with product offerings that are aimed at promoting the national financial inclusion strategy.
A-Z of Personal Finance: C is for Conspicuous Consumption
“In 1899 Economist and sociologist Thorstein Veblem coined the phrase “conspicuous consumption” in his book “The Theory of the Leisure Class” 1899.
‘We need infrastructure investment, effective public-private partnership to grow’
Olukayode Fabunmi is the Director of Business Law Academy and now the Conference Director of the planned infrastructure investment conference slated for March 15 and 16 in Abuja. In this interview with CHIJIOKE NELSON, the business law expert said opportunities in infrastructure investment and public-private partnership, which remains untapped in the country, is setting our…
Wi-Pay gets licence as payment service provider
Wi-pay Technologies has been formally granted a final license to operate as a Payment Terminal Service Provider (PTSP) by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN).
Uber offers fare discounts to UBA customers
Uber, in conjunction with the United Bank for Africa Plc (UBA) is offering the bank’s cardholders up to N6, 000 worth of free rides from now till March 31, 2016.
A-Z of Personal Finance: B is for Boomerang Generation
Although you may feel somewhat cash strapped from paying off your mortgage, raising and educating children, and perhaps shouldering some of the costs of care for your parents.
‘Budget of change’ and reign of frivolities
It is another season of controversy, after all, the blades that fan the embers of discord- irregularities, ambiguity, fictitious items, repetitions, excess provisions and frivolities, both real and imagined, persist.
Deepening ‘inclusion’ with electronic banking offerings
The banking sector across Africa has witnessed significant transformation in the last few years with increased thrust on innovative customer offerings. In fact, electronic payments system with its myriad of product offerings has played the central role.